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2017 Vol. 8 № 2

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Historical realia in teaching Russian as a foreign language

DOI
10.5922/2225-5346-2017-2-14
Pages
140-150

Abstract

This article deals with the historical realia as markers of the national and historical identity of the country of the target language. Realia make it possible to reconstruct selected aspects of the national character and study the axiology of modern native speakers. The analysis of non-equivalent, background and connotative lexis in the course of language acquisition stimulates reflection on extralinguistic (historical) information and thus contributes to cultural competences.

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